Preparing your Honda Grom for the Season
The riding season in northeast Ohio is from late April until late October. This means that your motorcycle has to hibernate for six months. It is very important to prepare you motorcycle after its long winter slumber.
Step 1 Give your Honda Grom a good washClick thumbnail to view full-size
I use these chamois to to dry and wax my Grom.
Step 2 Drain the Engine OilClick thumbnail to view full-size
Step 3 Install Drain BoltClick thumbnail to view full-size
Step 4 Refill Engine OilClick thumbnail to view full-size
This is the motor oil I refilled my Grom with.
Step 5 Install the BatteryClick thumbnail to view full-size
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I use my Battery Tender to keep my Grom battery in tip-top shape.
Step 6 Check Tire Pressure
Step 7 Clean the Crankcase Breather
Step 8 Check Brake Fluid LevelsClick thumbnail to view full-size
Step 9 Check LightingClick thumbnail to view full-size
Step 10 Check Clutch Lever Freeplay
Step 11 Wax Grom
I use this Meguiar's Ultimate Quick Wax on all painted and plastic surfaces of my Grom.
Step 12 Clean Lenses
I use Meguiar's Perfect Clarity Glass Cleaner on the clear plastic lenses on my Grom.
Step 13 Cover Grom when not in use
You can keep your Honda Grom running in tip-top shape and looking good each season by following my 13 simple steps in this lens.